Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Random Thoughts of Thanksgiving

1) Even though they aren't supposed to get along, they do!  I'm thankful.
2) The stem cell transplant is over, and Jenny is coming home early.  I'm thankful.
3)  I'm tired and worn out, but that means I'm alive.  I'm thankful.
4) I have two wonderful children who have proven the strength of their characters in this time of crisis.  I'm thankful.
5) Life will become more routine again.
I'm thankful.
6) Life goes on.  I'm thankful.
7) We have been changed for better or worse.  I'm thankful.
8) Our lives are certainly NOT dull.
I'm thankful.
9) Lemons into lemonade--the bitter with the sweet.  I'm thankful.
10) True friends and family, they've been here with us.  I'm thankful. 

What are your random thoughts of thanksgiving?

5 comments:

Courtney said...

I am so happy that you have so much to be thankful for! Yeah to you all.

kelleysbeads said...

I'm thankful for a husband who loves me so much, he's asking me to quit my stable & well-paying job to stay home with the kids come the end of July.

I'm thankful he loves me so much, that in addition to that, he even canceled his 10 year love affair with DirecTV and the NFL Sunday Ticket for watching his Vikings so we could save $75/month by switching to Comcast.

I'm thankful for my children and the little people they are becoming as they grow up a little more each day.

I'm thankful for having all of my windows open downstairs and hearing my neighbor's sprinkler.

I'm thankful for my in-person and online friends who have become such a wonderful support system.

I'm thankful your Jenny is coming home early and that her stem cell transplant went so well.

CreekHiker / HollysFolly said...

I needed this reminder today more than you know!

TesoriTrovati said...

I am so thankful to hear that Jenny is doing well. I am thankful for friends, old and new, that I met this past weekend. I am thankful to make connections with people that I have only dreamed of meeting. Enjoy the day, Mallory!
Erin

Pretty Things said...

I'm so glad for Jenny (and you!)